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Microsoft® Project 2010 Step by Step by Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson

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Chapter 11. Organizing Project Details

Chapter at a Glance

Organizing Project Details

In this chapter, you will learn how to:

Sort task and resource data.

Display task and resource data in groups.

Filter or highlight task and resource data.

Create a custom table.

Create a custom view.

After you’ve built a project plan, chances are you will need to examine specific aspects of the plan for your own analysis or to share with other stakeholders. Although the built-in views, tables, and reports in Microsoft Project 2010 provide many ways to examine a project plan, you might need to organize information to suit your own specific needs.

In this chapter, you use some of the formatting ...

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